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Komodo National Park is world-famous for its underwater splendor, over 50 dive sites, home to a breathtaking variety of marine species<

With so many stunning sites to choose from, here are our top 4 picks for the best diving and snorkeling experience around the reserve. 


Batu Bolong


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A signature site of Komodo National Park, Batu Bolong is frequently named as the most spectacular diving site in the world. Underwater life here is fascinating, where you can expect to see rare marine creatures including white tip reef shark, giant trevally, large turtles, and many others. The current is strong, so the site is more suitable for experienced and avid divers. 


Makassar Reef


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Also known as the Manta Point, the long drift site of Makassar Reef is a sanctuary for the majestic Manta Ray. Diving here gets you the once-in-a-lifetime intimate encounter with this beautiful sea creature, and there’s a white sand bed island where you can relax and sunbathe between your underwater sessions.


Cannibal Rock


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Don’t be fooled by the menacing name, Cannibal Rock offers an easy, gentle dive and snorkeling site with very little current. Here you can see pygmy seahorses, frogfish, and dozens of colorful anemones, making it an absolute delight for macro photographers, night divers, or sea critter spotters.


Kanawa Island


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With its clear, pristine turquoise water, this little island by Labuan Bajo is a true snorkeling and freediving paradise. The seascape is stunning, with colorful coral reefs and thousands of fish. Diving deeper, you will also see large marine creatures such as manta rays and whale sharks. The island is also known for its spectacular beaches, a perfect destination to round up your adventure. 

For a true luxurious sea escape, hop on aboard AYANA Lako Di’a and allow yourself to be brought on a journey to these fascinating underwater spots! 

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